AWWA

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AWWAAmerican Water Works Association
AWWAArmy Wives Welfare Association (India)
AWWAAustralian Water and Wastewater Association
AWWAAlabama Water Watch Association (Montgomery, AL)
AWWAAverage Weekly Worship Attendance (church measurement)
AWWAAmputees and War Wounded Association (Sierra Leone)
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Storms has been named chairperson of the American Water Works Association New Jersey Section.
For additional information, please contact Joe Bernosky at the American Water Works Association (telephone: 303-347-6209; e-mail: jbemosky@awwa.
Pedersen, a regulatory engineer at the American Water Works Association, an industry group that includes some 4,000 utilities.
There's a perception among the public that bottled water is of higher quality than tap water, and that's not necessarily true in all cases," says Dan Pedersen, a regulating engineer at the American Water Works Association.
DENVER-- In order to meet changing standards in Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) consumer protection regulations and help improve consumer information, the American Water Works Association (AWWA) today launched an Internet-based service that will help U.
Testing services will be performed in accordance with the Recommended Practice for Backflow Prevention and Cross-Connection Control American Water Works Association (AWWA) Manual M14.
and is a member of the New York Section of the American Water Works Association (AWWA).
This official guide to the American Water Works Association water operator certification examination provides detailed information on all requirements for certification as well as sample questions and answers for exam questions.
New Jersey American Water, a subsidiary of American Water (NYSE:AWK), announced on Monday that Steve Tambini has been appointed as a member of the American Water Works Association New Jersey (AWWA NJ) board of trustees.
From the American Water Works Association, this volume describes the essential requirements for the effective protection of drinking water sources and how to implement the requirements of the AWWA Standard G300.
The New York Section of the American Water Works Association is the state's largest organization dedicated to plentiful, high-quality drinking water.
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